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Forage Crop – Corskellie Case Study

Corskellie is situated near the village of Rothiemay, in the North East of Scotland.  It is a mixed farm extending over 165 hectares (408 acres) of LFA land.  The majority of the farm is grassland, with a third of the land used for spring barley production.  Robert farms, alongside his parents Michael and Gale  Anderson.   The family have a large driver in maximise the growth of forage on the holding through tailored application of nutrients and lime, selecting productive seeds suitable for the farms environment, rotational grazing of grass and growing forage crops to out winter livestock.


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